• Mindless posted a new activity comment 2 years, 11 months ago

    Hi Hans
    So are these the correct sizes in mm-
    689 bearing is -9mm x 17mm x 5mm
    61709 bearing is-45mm x 55mm x 6mm

    I just done a quick search with the bearing Numbers you gave and this size keeps showing up -just like to double check before parting with any money- plus i might some in the bearing bin back on the farm-
    Nice work on the Mod,…[Read more]

  • Mindless posted an update 2 years, 11 months ago

    This is a pic of the -Push on /Push off – Finger Tips that I could load with the last post,

  • Mindless posted an update 2 years, 11 months ago

    Hi Guys, I’ve got my- EyeglassV2- “and” EyeSupportV4- Just about ready to be released- it will do away with having to glue the holder in place because it is now printed with the -EyeglassV2-
    All key mechanical movement remains in tacked- the EyeSupportV4 has had a lot of little changes made to it that you won’t even notice (servo mounts /wall t…[Read more]

  • Mindless posted a new activity comment 2 years, 11 months ago

    Good eye,,, I forget about that, here’s the correct piece in place,, anything you see that out of place just let me know,,

  • Mindless posted a new activity comment 2 years, 11 months ago

    Surprisingly well,,, given SketchUp many many flaws and limited tooling, but I can work 10 times faster in it doing non-complex objects,, just finished doing an expansion pack” ericthepoolboy” “Toyota 22RE Engine”
    The engine block and valve head really start to slow down SketchUp-and lost some section during the conversion, but SketchUp is up t…[Read more]

  • Mindless posted an update 2 years, 12 months ago

    Hello Mr Gael,, The rebuilding and cutting up of Inmove in SketchUp for bigbed printing is coming along nicely,, as I was doing it a though it might be worth taking some pictures of the parts assembled but not cut up for reference for other builders,, as you can see in the posted picture it will give builder a better understanding of how it all…[Read more]

    • How is it working in SketchUp with the native STL files?

      • Surprisingly well,,, given SketchUp many many flaws and limited tooling, but I can work 10 times faster in it doing non-complex objects,, just finished doing an expansion pack” ericthepoolboy” “Toyota 22RE Engine”
        The engine block and valve head really start to slow down SketchUp-and lost some section during the conversion, but SketchUp is up t…[Read more]

    • Thanks for the image. I’m adding it into the tutorial 3Dsketch views. It will certainly help other builders.
      Sketchup works pretty well with STL as long as the files do not have too many vertices. Many CAD softwares like to abuse with curves on all the edges and corners, which creates super heavy STL. Sketchup may then start to be very laggy. My…[Read more]

    • Hello Mindless,
      Thanks for posting the picture. I have added it to the chest and torso 3D sketch view.
      I see you do not have my ThroatLowerV1.stl, but a variation, which might confuse some builders though.

      • Good eye,,, I forget about that, here’s the correct piece in place,, anything you see that out of place just let me know,,

  • Mindless posted a new activity comment 2 years, 12 months ago

    Infill %- varies from part to part- most people use the standard- 30% with 3 Perimeters and 3 solid layers, which is good allrounder, personally I use a different setting for every different part, it just depends on what the part is for- the best wire to use is the type that doesn’t catch on fire….lol

  • Mindless posted a new activity comment 3 years ago

    Its worth having a go at trying other other filaments but iv found you really cant beat good quality PLA when its printed correctly,, its hard so its good for gears and moving parts It prints like a dream compered to other filaments,,, and it doesn’t destroy the planet,,,
    I’v been R&D on 3d printers full-time for about 4 years now, mainly on d…[Read more]

    • CollorFabb PLA is good material anyway.
      XT can handle a higher temp when it’s printed, this part is a positive thing if InMoof stays for a long day in sunlight.
      So maybe I will use XT for some outside parts and all others with PLA 🙂

  • Mindless posted a new activity comment 3 years ago

    Cool,,, Nice finger speed (no pun intended), I was worried about the movement speed of inmove because the videos iv seen him in he is moving very slow,, this is good to know he can do rapid movements

  • Mindless posted a new activity comment 3 years ago

    Yep,, will post the files when i am happy with the finished results (just about there),,, had to do some touch up work last night on the “eye_glass” so the Mounting system for eyes moves a bit more freely….
    Will post a pic in my album when finished,,

  • Mindless posted a new activity comment 3 years ago

    yep… Colorfabb is great stuff, iv tried every brand/type out there ,, i do a lot of printing,,, In Australia i use “Blueprinted” filaments which is pretty good quality for a cheap filament Colorfabb is hard to get here and its bloody expensive..
    I only use PLA you would surprised how tough the stuff when printed correctly – you wont have any…[Read more]

    • Thanks for your information.
      I get lucky to live in the Netherlands, the shipping costs are free when I order one spool.
      And with the 2.2kg spools it’s 30% less in price.

      I’m sure I need to play with some settings (temps and max speed).
      I hope to start this evening with some tests 🙂

      I’ve used CollorFabb PLA for some time now and this prints…[Read more]

      • Its worth having a go at trying other other filaments but iv found you really cant beat good quality PLA when its printed correctly,, its hard so its good for gears and moving parts It prints like a dream compered to other filaments,,, and it doesn’t destroy the planet,,,
        I’v been R&D on 3d printers full-time for about 4 years now, mainly on d…[Read more]

        • CollorFabb PLA is good material anyway.
          XT can handle a higher temp when it’s printed, this part is a positive thing if InMoof stays for a long day in sunlight.
          So maybe I will use XT for some outside parts and all others with PLA 🙂

  • Mindless posted an update 3 years ago

    Hi guy and girls ,, here is a 4 Part Skull and 4 Part Internal Supporting Structure,,,Surprisingly a lot of work to put Inmoov back together,, Largest exterior surface alignment error was 0.3mm during mating process of the smaller sections, the leading edges were removed then hand stitched back together,,the forehead needed a little bit of work to…[Read more]

    • Perry replied 3 years ago

      Great work. I used your previous version on my head. Really liked the streamlined look.
      Will you post thes files up?

      • Yep,, will post the files when i am happy with the finished results (just about there),,, had to do some touch up work last night on the “eye_glass” so the Mounting system for eyes moves a bit more freely….
        Will post a pic in my album when finished,,

    • Great Mindless!
      Just for info, there is some parts already available in the InMoov derivative collection, but I’m sure you must have seen them already.

  • Mindless‘s profile was updated 3 years, 1 month ago